Brayshaw's Hut ~ Namadgi

Richard  Stanley

Canberra, Australia

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Photo taken late yesterday at Brayshaw’s Hut, Namadgi National Park, ACT.

Brayshaw’s was built in 1903 by Edward Brayshaw for Davey Brayshaw, to support grazing. Davey was one of nine sons born to William and Flora Brashaw and lived here until his death in 1931. From the 1930’s it was occupied by Henry and Iris Curtis, who built timber and fibro extensions. In the late 1980s, it was comprehensively restored by the Kosciuszko Huts Association, returning it to the original configuration. It is constructed entirely of vertical timber slabs.
~ KHA website

We were there yesterday to check on its condition and to note what materials and work were required to ensure its conservation.

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